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Definition of the verb Houseled
What does Houseled mean as a doing word?
- past of housel
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A Dictionary of the old English language, compiled from writings of the 13. 14. and 15. centuries (1867)
by Franz Heinrich Stratmann
261; houseled (part.) Chauc.
by C. Vines
Hover, hovered, hovering Hound, hounded, hounding Housel, houseled, houseling . Howl, howled, howling . . . Huckster, huckstered, huckstering . Hug, hugged, hugging Hulk, hulked, hulking . . Hull, hulled, hulling Hum, hummed, humming ...
by Anthony Lawson Mayhew, Walter William Skeat
houseled, S.; hosled, S; y-housled, S2. BIus-lewe, sb, house-shelter , S; see Hous. Huyre, sb, ; see Hure. Hy, adj. high; see Heigh. Hye, sb, haste ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1863)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
HOUSELED, pp. Having received the eucharist.–To ben houseled, to receive the sacrament. [Chaucer.] HOUSEN, n. Old plur. of House. HOUSE'-PAINTER, n. One who paints houses. HOUSE-RENT, n. Rent paid for the use of a house.
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Scrabble value of H4O1U1S1E1L1E1D2
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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